The Dog Friendly Boí Valley
Tips for making your visit as enjoyable as possible
1. At the tourist office
If you need information and visit the Tourist Office, your pet can also come along.
2. In Aigüestortes National Park
You can enter with your dog, but it must be on a leash throughout the visit. Remember that the park is home to other animals living in their natural habitat, and some animal and plant species may be harmful to your dog. Please take care of them!
Please, respect rivers, gorges, and ponds. Swimming, water activities, or any other activity that may disturb or contaminate the waters are not allowed.
3. Taxi service to the National Park
The taxi service has been adapted so that you can access the park with your dog at a fixed price.
4. Traditional paths and village visits
Keep your dog leashed at all times. The Boí Valley still has active livestock and grazing animals accustomed to roaming freely.
An unleashed dog may startle the herd and the dog guarding them.
5. Visit to Romanesque churches
Unless it is a guide dog, entry to the churches with your dog is not allowed.
You'll find restaurants in the valley that allow dogs inside or on their terraces for lunch or dinner.
The accommodations in the Boí Valley are adapted so you can share your trip with your pet.